Monday, 3 June 2013

'Death Cafes as coming to life' by Mary O'Neill

Published in Main Street Magazine


  1. This is brilliant Jon! I'm so happy to be one small part of this amazing journey you've inspired in all of us! May this conversation be on the tips of everyone's tongues forever more!

  2. ... a well written article. I did follow the links of your name to the Jamyang Buddhist Centre. I was curious of the lineage tradition. Thank you for short synopsis. You are certainly going to be/becoming more busy. This conceptual framework will indeed spread and flourish throughout many American cities. I found it oddly appropriate that this article took the time/space to reference Heidegger’s `Being and Time’. This is indeed as much about the phenomenology of body and mind as it is the phenomenology of the spirit.

  3. Thanks Ava and Stephen.

    Stephen - the lineage of Jamyang is Tibetan Buddhist of the Gelugpa school. It is part of the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT) led by Lama Zopa Rinpoche. We are firm followers of HH Dalai Lama.


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